Relaxation in an apartment in south tyrol, tui villas

Choose your personal holiday home from 304 accommodations

Holiday homes with the TUI Smile

At TUI Villas you will find a large selection of holiday homes and apartments across Europe and beyond. We are the organizer of all accommodations marked with the TUI Smile and you benefit from many advantages:

  • Can be booked directly without waiting for confirmation
  • Regular quality control by product managers
  • Local contact person

A thousand other accommodations

In addition to our own holiday homes and apartments, we also offer accommodation in mediation for third-party providers.

These are reliable private hosts, local agencies and specialists as well as well-known tour operators. You can see who is the provider of an accommodation in the property description.

Apartment, Terento

  • Object no .: 687888
  • Terento, Plan de Corones in Dolomiti, Italy
  • Max. 5 people
  • 47 sqm
  • 1 separate bedroom

Apartment, Ties

  • Object no .: 1265145
  • Ties, Northern Italy, Italy
  • Max. 6 people, including 2 children allowed
  • 62 sqm
  • 3 separate bedrooms

Apartment, Sankt Lorenzen

  • Object no .: 889836
  • Sankt Lorenzen, Kronplatz in Dolomiti, Italy
  • Max. 4 people
  • 65 sqm
  • 2 separate bedrooms

Apartment, Parcines

  • Object no .: 1600671
  • Partschins, Vinschgau, Italy
  • Max. 2 persons
  • 40 sqm
  • 1 separate bedroom

Apartment, Siusi allo Sciliar

  • Object no .: 464406
  • Seis am Schlern, northern Italy, Italy
  • Max. 4 people, including 2 children allowed
  • 65 sqm
  • 2 separate bedrooms

Apartment, Merano

  • Object no .: 1175133
  • Merano, northern Italy, Italy
  • Max. 2 persons
  • 35 sqm
  • 1 separate bedroom

Apartment, Villanders

  • Object no .: 216592
  • Villanders, northern Italy, Italy
  • Max. 4 people
  • 41 sqm
  • 1 separate bedroom

Apartment, Sankt Christina in Groeden

  • Object no .: 276648
  • Sankt Christina in Groeden, Northern Italy, Italy
  • Max. 5 people
  • 70 sqm
  • 2 separate bedrooms

Studio, Merano

  • Object no .: 1321184
  • Merano, northern Italy, Italy
  • Max. 2 persons
  • 30 sqm

Studio, Kurzras

  • Object no .: 1465404
  • Kurzras, Vinschgau, Italy
  • Max. 4 people
  • 35 sqm

Relaxation in South Tyrol: first-class apartments in the Dolomites

If you choose a holiday apartment in South Tyrol, you will have a very varied holiday in every season. The regional capital of Bozen impresses with a mixture of German, Italian and Ladin culture and the appealing architecture of the Middle Ages and modern times. It also houses the probably most famous South Tyrolean with the Ötzi glacier mummy. Merano is known for its two-part climate, which gives the spa Mediterranean summer in the valley and five snow-sure ski arenas in the surrounding mountains. Finally, winter sports enthusiasts can expect a unique union of winter sports areas with Dolomiti Superski, which will make snow fun on 1,200 kilometers of slopes and romantic mountain hikes from spring.

South Tyrol’s most beautiful holiday regions

Bolzano is an excellent destination for a city break. The trade fair city delights with attractive exhibitions. Museums with unique exhibits, including contemporary art from South Tyrolean masters as well as the historical ambience including castles, palaces and the cozy shopping street under arbours shape a visit very varied. The Puster Valley enchants literature lovers and romantics, because no region in South Tyrol is so steeped in legends. The scenic Vinschgau is popular with recreational athletes who fly kites and master first-class courses on mountain bikes. And the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Dolomites, is the epitome of excellent ski arenas in front of a breathtaking mountain panorama for winter sports enthusiasts.

Family vacation in an apartment in the South Tyrolean Dolomites

Family holidays in South Tyrol are special. Children are treated by environmental experts in the province’s four nature parks Dolomiti Rangers educated. Experiments are carried out on tours and the secrets of the ecosystem are explored, also in Alta Pusteria or in Schlern-Rosengarten. Horse riding is particularly popular in Bruneck, Meran and Brixen, which gives families unforgettable rides through South Tyrol or entertaining carriage rides with small children, including a picnic. In summer, swimming is in crystal clear mountain lakes like that Lützen natural bathing pond near Brixen or the Göllersee a pleasure at Bolzano. The Acquafun water park in Drei Zinnen ensures attractive bathing fun all year round, just like that Therme Meran. And 40 ski areas like Ortisei in Val Gardena or the Winter sports arena Sellaronda in the Dolomites offer top-class sporting snow experiences. These include toboggan mountains for children, fun slopes for snowboarders and romantic, family-friendly runs.

Multi-faceted cultural attractions

Art lovers and leisure historians rent a holiday apartment in Bolzano in South Tyrol, because the provincial capital presents with the Glacier mummy Ötzi probably the biggest attraction in the country. The accidental find by German mountain hikers including interesting belongings in the South Tyrolean Archeology Museum to see where there are also impressive finds from the Palaeolithic to the Carolingian era. In the modern south of Bolzano, this inspires Museion. The museum’s collection shows contemporary art, preferably from the entire Alpine region and the Dolomites. More than 800 castles, palaces and magnificent manor houses are distributed in South Tyrol, of which the Runkelstein Castle, enthroned on a rock, houses the largest cycle of frescoes in Europe with pictures from medieval life. And the Churburg in the Vinschgau, reinforced with battlements and towers, is an almost 800-year-old fairytale castle in the Renaissance style.

Apartments in South Tyrol for winter sports enthusiasts

In 1974, twelve first-class winter sports areas joined together Dolomiti Superski together in order to be able to offer holiday guests a more comprehensive service. These include famous ski arenas such as Cortina d’Ampezzo, Alta Badia, the Alpe di Siusi in Val Gardena or Arabba-Marmolada. With 460 lifts, over 1,200 kilometers of slopes and around 4,700 snow cannons, it is the largest ski carousel in Europe and you can take advantage of its offers with just one ski pass. There are also around 30 other winter sports areas to choose from, of which Sella Ronda is a peculiarity. There is a path around the mountain range that is used in winter for extensive tours on well-groomed trails. In summer, car-free days ensure that she with can enjoy this natural experience safely on a bike or on roller skates. There are also winter via ferratas, which, just like in Selva, can be comfortably reached in Val Gardena with a modern cable car.

Other attractive holiday destinations in South Tyrol

The five first-class ski areas around Merano and the modern, luxurious thermal baths form the successful combination for a relaxing winter holiday in a comfortable holiday home in South Tyrol. Horse riding is popular in summer, even on the largest racecourse in Europe. The 5-kilometer circuit in Untermais is the venue for Easter on Monday Haflinger gallop riding. The last Sunday in September starts with the Grand Prix of Merano a highly endowed obstacle race. South Tyrol’s holiday apartments in the Puster Valley bring you a romantic holiday. While hiking in the valley shrouded in legend, you may encounter the spirit of the Warlock Matheus Perger, whose stories have significantly influenced Ladin literature. Paragliders prefer the almost entirely German-speaking Vinschgau, where the Texelgruppe Nature Park makes up a large part of the Ötztal Alps.

Enjoy South Tyrol with the best travel weather

In mid-March, the thermometers in the south of South Tyrol already show values ​​around 20 degrees Celsius, because the more than 300 days of sun are spread over the whole year. During the comparatively mild winter, high-altitude winds provide plenty of powder snow. The north of South Tyrol is significantly more rainy than the area between Bolzano and Trento. Nevertheless, short showers are possible here. Up to -7 degrees Celsius are measured in December and January, while in the summer in the valleys 25 degrees Celsius and more are possible. Families prefer the months from June to September when the mountain lakes have warmed up. Gourmets book a holiday home in the Alps mostly in autumn, because then game specialties with fresh mushrooms and the first wines of the year are on the menus.

Arrive comfortably

If you choose the fastest way of traveling, you can book a flight to Bolzano, from where trains and buses run to all locations in South Tyrol. A direct arrival by train is also possible, because from Munich via Innsbruck Brixen or Bozen are easily accessible and you can take your bike with you. Even drivers use the Deutsche Bahn. Coming from Hamburg, Düsseldorf and Munich Vacation Express a car train with unloading stations in Innsbruck and Verona. If you already want to customize the route, follow the A8 federal motorway. In Austria lead the A12 and A13 to the burner. The A22 in Italy is the cheapest route to your holiday home in South Tyrol, which runs to Bolzano and further towards Lake Garda.


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